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... wall of pictures and memorabilia from the show. There was also a great exhibit of artifacts from the early coal mining days in Roslyn. We stopped in the Cicely Gift Shop where a quirky guy was very friendly. Derek got a magnet and Erin got some huckleberry licorice sticks. Now we need to rewatch the old shows, if we can find them on Netflix.
We finally got on 90 and headed west toward Seattle. We kept seeing message boards that warned ...
... families). Them we immediately saw the famous fish throwing. A gutted fish is tossed about for packaging and sale. They allow a tourist to participate. Some did well and caught the fish on the first go, others shrieked as the rather large fish flew at them. It provides entertainment. We walked through the market filled with fresh local seafood and fruits and veggies. The cherries looked yummy! I tried the chocolate covered one . They had fresh bouquets of flowers. The ...
... underlying theme of this new chapter is a desire to
have a big say in how I contribute to the world. So much of my life “before”
was determined by circumstance and natural expectations of the roles in my
relationships. Not a single drop of that energy was wasted, and we all
contribute to the evolution of our world whether or not it is intended or feels
good at the moment. My heart’s desire
though, is to have more say in the whats and ...
... Starbucks. Actually the first one burned down in a fire. So, this is the second first one.
- When we crossed the floating bridge, we could see Mt. Rainier in the distance. It was such a clear day, we could see the mountain that is 94 miles away. What an amazing site! We could also see Mt. Baker which is 100 miles away. As Dick mentioned, that's like us seeing Columbus, Ohio from Cincinnati. NOT!
- Lance, our tour guide, asked if we knew what was significant ...
... enjoy this great city. There is not a more beautiful place on a sunny day.
I setup at the Gig Harbor RV park which was a few miles from my childhood friend, Chris "Hanna" Hansen's place. Chris relocated from the East Coast about the same time I did, he just landed a bit father north on the west coast! Chris has a wonderful 13 year old daughter, Ann, that he has been golfing a lot with. He was a good golfer when we were growing up, before most ...